PocketTouch is a music controller made by the one and only Skylar. PocketTouch allows you to control your music with simple swipes, the best part is that you can leave it in your pocket while doing it. The biggest complaint with the iPod Touch/iPhone is that there is no external button in order to control your music. PocketTouch solves these problems in a different way. When you start the application, there is a bunch of settings. In order to start the magic, tap the “back” button. A nice swirl affect will take you to a black screen with “Pause” and “Now Playing” at the top. Tap the screen, and your music will start playing. Swipe your finger to the right, and you will skip to the next song, swiping left will take you to your previous song, swiping up will raise the volume, and swiping down will decrease the volume. When changing the volume, a volume meter will appear, this will be familiar for anyone who owns a Mac. In order to reverse all these settings go to the “setting” menu. Hold your finger on the screen for a second or two and it will take you to the settings. The reason Skylar made the screen all black is not because he is lazy, it is because he is brilliant. If there were colors on the screen, it can burn an imprint into the iPod screen if the application is kept on for too long. Having PocketTocuh totally black will prevent that from happening. I love this application, I can now listen to my music without taking my iPod out of my pocket. You can get PocketTouch from the iPod Touch Fans source. Check out the screen shots below.